After his glorious playing days, Guillaume Beuzelin is now inspiring the next generations of Hibs players.

"Boozy" arrived at Easter Road in 2004 and quickly became a popular player with the Hibees.

A classy midfielder and a brilliant passer of the ball, he spent four years with the Club, making 118 appearances.

The Frenchman won the League Cup with Hibs in 2007, playing the full 90 minutes in our 5-1 victory over Kilmarnock in the final.

Beuzelin also played for Coventry City, Hamilton Academical and Olympiakos Nicosia before retiring due to injury. 

After retiring from the game, the Frenchman has developed a strong coaching background in Scottish youth football and is now in his second spell as an Academy coach with Hibs – having re-joined the Club as U14 & U13 Head of Intermediate Academy last season.

Boozy was named Head Coach of the Hibs Dev Squad in summer 2023, assisted by Gareth Evans and Darren McGregor.